Senator Manning Announces Committee Assignments For 129th General Assembly
Will Serve As Vice-chair Of Education Committee
January 28, 2011
 
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State Senator Gayle Manning (R- North Ridgeville) today announced her committee assignments for the 129th General Assembly. She was named vice-chair of the Senate Education Committee and will also serve on the Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources Committee, the Government Oversight and Reform Committee, and the Ways and Means and Economic Development Committee. Manning brings decades of experience in education to the committee, having served as a teacher in the North Olmsted School District for 37 years. As vice-chair, she will play a lead role in reviewing proposed bills and policies affecting primary, secondary and higher education. "Education is a major driver of our economy, so it is imperative that we enact policies to improve the quality and accessibility of our schools while also addressing many of the other important issues school districts face," Manning said. "I look forward to working with my colleagues on strengthening our school system and ensuring that Ohio students are well-prepared to compete in today's global economy." In addition, Manning was named to the Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources Committee, the Government Oversight and Reform Committee, and the Ways and Means and Economic Development Committee. "Each of these committees will play an important part in revitalizing our economy and bringing jobs to Ohio, and I am excited to have the opportunity to be involved in discussions on issues that are of direct concern to my constituents, such as encouraging economic development and promoting Ohio's agriculture industry," Manning said.
 
 
 
  
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